DIY How To Overhead Camera Rig

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This is a how-to about building an overhead camera rig for filming & photography. If you want to show how to do something or photograph food, or even products you will find this an essential tool.

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Frame:
A: #4 @ 1 1/2 x 34 1/2 ” – legs
B: #4 @ 3/4 x 34 1/2 ” – legs
C: #6 @ 1 1/2 X 22 ” – leg braces
D: #2 @ 35 x 1 1/2 ” – leg braces
Q: #2 10 ” 45 degree bevel – brackets
Z: #4 8 ” 45 degree brackets
drill
1/8 ” drill bit
1 1/4 ” screws

Rig:
E: #2 @ 1 1/2 x 22 ” – rails for track
F: #1 @ 2 x 34 7/8 ” – main track
I: #1 @ 2 x 28 ” – top track with nut
H: #2 @ 1 1/2 x 9 ” – track sliders
G: #1 @ 2 X 30 ” – camera slider
K: #1 @ 1 x 2 ” – slider cap
J: #2 @ 7 x 7 ”
– camera knobs
drill
drill bits
1/8, 1/4,
3/8″
1 1/4 ” screws
epoxy
#2 1/4 – 20 – 1 1/2 ” coarse screws & #1 1/4 ” nut

Paper Holders:
6 ft 1/2 copper piping
pipe cutter
#4 copper fasteners
rolls of paper
drill
1 1/4 ” screws

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